GCN+ Brings Cycling Fans a Packed Schedule of Live and On-Demand Racing this March

33 days of the best live and on-demand coverage plus expert analysis and hidden gems of the cycling calendar.

GCN+, the home of year-round cycling content, is kicking off the racing season with a packed schedule of live, on-demand and ad-free racing.

Starting on March 1st with GP Samyn and GP Samyn des Dammes, this month is all about the WorldTour, from Strade Bianche through Paris Nice, Tirreno Adriatico, Ronde van Drenthe and more. These races lead into the first monument of the year, Milano Sanremo. Shortly after, the cobbled season gets underway with the E3, Gent Wevelgem and Dwars Door Vlaanderen all taking place shortly before the Tour of Flanders in April.

Alongside the return of men’s and women’s WorldTour racing, GCN+ will cover hidden gems of the racing calendar such as Nokere Koerse, available in all GCN+ territories live and on demand.

Dan Lloyd, Director of Racing GCN+, said: “After so long without pro road racing over the winter, it now feels like it never went away. The February racing calendar on GCN+ was busy, but in March we’re on another level. We have 33 days of WorldTour racing over the month.”

“It’s not all about the WorldTour, though – keep your eyes out for Nokere Koerse on 16th March. This year, the women’s event will be broadcast live for the very first time and we very much look forward to bringing you that coverage on GCN+. We hope that the racing in February has warmed you up nicely, because March is going to be on fire…”

There will be preview shows for Milan Sanremo and Strade Bianche available on both GCN’s YouTube channel and GCN+, followed by the return of dedicated race analysis with The Breakaway featuring Adam Blythe and Dan Lloyd.

The World of Cycling show continues every Wednesday throughout March, incorporating race reporting, exclusive features, interviews and analysis with special guests and pro racers. This month, special guests include former professional racers Adam Blythe, Magnus Backstedt and Pippa York. They will be joined by current professionals including former British champion Connor Swift, plus cycling authors William Fotheringham and Andy McGrath.

GCN+ subscribers will also have the opportunity to explore iconic races and take a deep dive into the tactics of legendary riders, with exclusive original documentaries including: Legend: Oscar Freire, The Slow Pro Tour (featuring former WorldTour team mates Lawrence Warbasse and Conor Dunne), and How to Win the Tour of Flanders.

How to watch
All racing coverage and content and exclusive documentaries are available on GCN+ via the GCN App, all web browsers, Amazon FireTV, Samsung Smart TV, AndroidTV, Chromecast and Apple AirPlay.

Territories
Some races have territory restrictions. Please click here to find out what racing is available where you live.

GCN+ road racing schedule – February 2022

GP Samyn & GP Samyn des Dammes
01 March – Available live and on demand worldwide.

British National Championships – Track
03 – 06 March – Available live and on demand worldwide.

Strade Bianche – Men and Women
05 March – Worldwide excluding New Zealand.

Paris Nice
06 – 13 March – Europe excluding France; Asia-Pacific excluding Japan, China, and New Zealand. Long highlights available in Latin America in Spanish.

GP Monseré
06 March – Available live and on demand worldwide.

Tirreno Adriatico
07 – 13 March – Available live and on demand worldwide excluding New Zealand.

Ronde van Drenthe – Women
13 March – Available live and on demand worldwide.

Milan-Torino
16 March – Available live and on demand worldwide excluding New Zealand.

Nokere Koerse – Men and Women
16 March – Available live and on demand worldwide.

GP Denain
17 March – Available live and on demand worldwide.

Brendene Koksijde Classic
18 March – Available live and on demand worldwide.

Classic Loire-Atlantique
19 March – Long highlights available worldwide excluding France.

Milan Sanremo
19 March – Available live and on demand worldwide excluding New Zealand.

Trofeo Binda – Women
20 March – Available live and on demand in Europe (coverage powered by Eurosport in France), US, Canada and Latin America excluding Mexico; available in Asia-Pacific excluding China, Japan and New Zealand.

Volta Catalunya
21 – 27 March – Available live and on demand in Europe (coverage powered by Eurosport in France), US, the Middle East and North Africa, and Asia-Pacific excluding China, Japan, and New Zealand. Extended same day highlights are available in Latin America.

Classic Brugge de la Panne – Men
23 March – Available live and on demand worldwide (coverage powered by Eurosport in France).

Classic Brugge de la Panne – Women
24 March – Available live and on demand worldwide (coverage powered by Eurosport in France).

GP E3
25 March – Available live and on demand worldwide (coverage powered by Eurosport in France).

Gent Wevelgem – Men and Women
27 March – Available live and on demand in Europe and Asia-Pacific excluding China, New Zealand, and Australia.

Cholet Pays de la Loire
27 March – Available live and on demand worldwide (coverage powered by Eurosport in France).

Dwars Door Vlaanderen – Men and Women
30 March – Available live and on demand in Europe and Asia-Pacific excluding China, New Zealand, and Australia.

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